Queen, king to be crowned at MSU
MOREHEAD - Morehead State University will crown its 2012 Homecoming queen and king during halftime ceremonies of the football game at 1 p.m. Saturday in Jayne Stadium.
The winners will be named from the five candidates competing for each title
Nominees for queen are:
‰Susan Ahmadi of Morehead, daughter Ali and Dora Ahmadi. The senior Spanish and prelaw major is sponsored by Kappa Delta.
‰Autumn Baker of Bethel, Ohio, daughter of Duke and Tammy Baker. The senior government major is sponsored by Delta Chi Xi.
‰Shayna LaRae Birchfield of Olive Hill, daughter of Eddie and Falissa Birchfield. The senior exercise science/prephysical therapy major is sponsored by Chi Omega.
‰Alison Ishmael of Springboro, Ohio, daughter of Roger and Terri Ishmael. The junior early elementary P-5 education major is sponsored by Pi Kappa Phi.
‰Jerica Kelso of Louisville, daughter of Eric and Jackie Kelso. The senior accounting major is sponsored by the Student Programming Board.
Nominees for king are:
‰Andrew Abbott of Hazard, son of Anna and Bobby Abbott. The junior engineering technology major is sponsored by Delta Gamma.
‰David Gillum of Sandy Hook, son of David and Tammi Gillum. The senior communications major is sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon.
‰Cody W. Hart of Tipp City, Ohio, son of Jeff and Kriss Hart and Matt and Angie Tmon. The senior marketing major is sponsored by Gamma Phi Beta.
‰Drew Kelly of Franklin, Tenn., son of Brian and Gloria Kelly. The junior engineering design major is sponsored by Baptist Campus Ministry.
‰Eli Mann of Demossville, son of David and Sarah Mann. The senior agribusiness major is sponsored by the Future Farmers of America.
For more information about homecoming or to purchase tickets for events, call the Office of Alumni and Constituent Relations at (606) 783-2080 or 800-783-ALUM.
Pet adoption event Saturday
RUSSELL - The Ashland Animal Rescue Fund will have an event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Tractor Supply.
Animals will be available for adoption and AARF items will be for sale.
Donations of gently used linens and blankets, puppy and dog chow, kitten and cat chow and treats will be accepted.
Queen, king to be crowned at MSU
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